Re: Guys who are running power discs with low vacuum
Thanks for the info guys.
I will put a vacuum gauge on the motor and tape it to the cowl and drive around. I can say though, when rpm's are increased slightly at idle, the vacuum jumps up pretty high, and I do have to slip the clutch to at least 2k to get a good moving start, so that will help, I think I could learn to live with it, if the brakes are too hard, I'll probably change out the big master cyl.
I should have done the search first, but the search will usually pull every result that has any key word in it, which amounts to a lot of time sorting through all the irrelevant posts.
Again, thanks for the info. I'll be installing them in hopefully 2 weeks and post back!
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